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Exchange Server 2013 administration overview : Exchange Server 2013 editions
Microsoft provides a single binary for x64 systems, and the same binary file is used for both the Standard and Enterprise editions. The license key provided during installation is what determines which edition is established.
Exchange Server 2013 administration overview : Exchange Server 2013 and your hardware
Before you deploy Exchange Server 2013, you should carefully plan the messaging architecture. As part of your implementation planning, you need to look closely at preinstallation requirements and the hardware you will use.
Exchange Server 2013 administration overview : Getting started with Exchange 2013 and Exchange Online
Exchange Server 2013 builds on the radical changes in Exchange Server 2010 but is vastly different from Exchange Server 2010. Like Exchange Server 2010, Exchange Server 2013 does away with the concepts of storage groups, Local Continuous Replication (LCR), Single Copy Clusters (SCC), and clustered mailbox servers.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Monitoring and Archiving : Archiving Configuration (part 2) - Using Cmdlets for Configuration Tasks
Notice the last argument set in this command: ArchiveDuplicateMessages. This is a good example of where there are options available through the cmdlets that aren’t exposed to the GUI tools.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Monitoring and Archiving : Archiving Configuration (part 1) - Creating Site and User Policies
It is worth highlighting the Archiving Configuration option Block Instant Messaging (IM) or Web Conferencing Sessions If Archiving Fails. This is what Microsoft refers to as “critical mode.”
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Monitoring and Archiving : Monitoring Components Installation (part 2) - Monitoring Administration
This section reviews common administration tasks for the Lync Server 2013 Monitoring role. In general, there isn’t much day-to-day administration of the Lync Server 2013 Monitoring components. Instead, this section focuses on the reports generated by the Monitoring Server.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Monitoring and Archiving : Monitoring Components Installation (part 1) - Monitoring Configuration
Although both configuration and administration can be done from the Silverlight web GUI or the Lync Server Management Shell, the configuration section focuses on the former and the administration section focuses on the latter, to avoid duplication of concepts.
Sharepoint 2013 : Packaging and distributing apps (part 5) - Trapping app lifecycle events
One favorable aspect of the SharePoint app model for developers is the ability to design a cloud-hosted app with custom server-side code that is automatically executed when an app is installed, upgraded, or uninstalled.
Sharepoint 2013 : Packaging and distributing apps (part 4) - Installing apps at tenancy scope
You install an app at tenancy scope by installing it in an app catalog site. Just as with a site-scoped installation, you must first publish the app by uploading it to the Apps for SharePoint document library in the app catalog site.
Sharepoint 2013 : Packaging and distributing apps (part 3) - Publishing apps
The app package is a distributable file that’s used to publish SharePoint apps. Once the app package has been published, it is available for users to install. In the case of SharePoint-hosted apps and autohosted apps, the app package contains all the resources required to deploy the app during the installation process.
Sharepoint 2013 : Packaging and distributing apps (part 2) - Packaging apps - Packaging host web features, Packaging for autohosted apps
When it comes to packaging a SharePoint app for distribution, autohosted apps are more complicated and deserve a little extra attention. The extra complexity is required because the app package for an autohosted app must contain the resources required to create an ASP.NET application on demand to deploy the remote web.
Sharepoint 2013 : Packaging and distributing apps (part 1) - Packaging apps - Understanding the app web solution package
The distribution mechanism used by a SharePoint app to add pages and lists to the app web during installation is a standard solution package, which is a CAB file with a .wsp extension
EXchange Server 2013 : Using and managing Exchange services (part 3) - Sample configuration for WinRM
If you examine the listing, you’ll notice there is a hierarchy of information. The base of this hierarchy, the Config level, is referenced with the path winrm/config. Then there are sublevels for client, service, and WinRS, referenced as winrm/config/client, winrm/config/service, and winrm/config/winrs, respectively.
EXchange Server 2013 : Using and managing Exchange services (part 2) - Configuring service startup,Configuring service recovery
As an administrator, you’ll often have to start, stop, or pause Exchange services. You manage Exchange services through the Computer Management console or through the Services console.
EXchange Server 2013 : Using and managing Exchange services (part 1) - Working with Exchange services, Checking required services
Of all the Exchange services, the one service that relies on having a network connection at startup is the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service. If you start an Exchange server and the server doesn’t have a network connection, the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service might fail to start.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Edge Server : Edge Server Troubleshooting (part 3) - Lync Centralized Logging, Lync Server Management Shell, Telnet, Troubleshooting Lync Services
Lync Server 2013 introduced Centralized Logging. Each Lync Server runs a service that can receive commands from any other Lync Server to enable logging for troubleshooting scenarios.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Edge Server : Edge Server Troubleshooting (part 2) - DNS Records
When troubleshooting any Edge Server issue, it is important to check that all necessary DNS records exist and are resolving to the correct IP addresses.
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Edge Server : Edge Server Troubleshooting (part 1) - Certificates
Troubleshooting Edge Servers is necessary in the event that users are unable to sign in or some features become unavailable. This section discusses the key components of an Edge Server to check when issues arise. Common troubleshooting tools and tips are also provided, which should resolve many issues.
Sharepoint 2013 : Community portals and sites - Enabling site-wide reputation tracking
You can assign reputation settings to an entire SharePoint 2013 community site that specify automated achievement levels for members based on the amount of content (discussions and replies). Reputation settings manage how members are awarded reputation scores on your sites.
Sharepoint 2013 : Community portals and sites - Assigning badges to members
After you have created badges on your site, you can proceed to assign badges to users. When you have decided which users will receive each badge, you can begin to assign them.
Sharepoint 2013 : Community portals and sites - Working with badges
Badges are another new feature with SharePoint 2013. You can create new badges representing special achievements on your site, and you or your moderators can award badges to users for special achievements on the site.
Sharepoint 2013 : Community portals and sites - Working with categories (part 2) - Find discussions by category
You can view the description of the category before you click it by hovering your mouse over the category before you click it.
Sharepoint 2013 : Community portals and sites - Working with categories (part 1) - Creating categories
Within a community site, you can create categories that are used to classify discussions. Unlike tags, which are used elsewhere within SharePoint 2013, only a single category can be assigned to each discussion.
Configuring Active Directory Server 2008 Roles : Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (part 2) - Configuring AD LDS
To configure AD LDS, you need to set up a service instance (or instance for short), which is a single running copy of AD LDS. You can have multiple instances as part of a configuration set.
Configuring Active Directory Server 2008 Roles : Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (part 1) - Installing AD LDS
Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS) is a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) directory service. LDAP is an application protocol used for querying and modifying directory services.
Configuring Active Directory Server 2008 Roles : Active Directory Federation Services - Installing AD FS
Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) provides Internet-based clients a secure identity access solution that works on both Windows and non-Windows operating systems.
Configuring Active Directory Server 2008 Roles : Understanding Active Directory Domain Services
With Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), you manage objects (users, computers, printers, etc.) on a network. Active Directory is the database that stores all of your domain objects. In a Windows Server 2000, 2003, or 2008 network, you can not have a domain without Active Directory.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Validating Exchange Server licensing
With Exchange Server 2013, you do not enter a product key during initial setup. Instead, you provide the product key after installation using Exchange Admin Center. Until you enter a product key, Exchange Server 2013 runs in trial mode.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Bypassing Exchange Admin Center and troubleshooting (part 3) - Resolving Outlook Web App, ECP, or other virtual directory issues
To resolve a virtual directory issue, you can remove and then re-create the virtual directory. You won’t always know whether the problem exists in the front-end configuration, the back-end configuration, or both, so you may need to remove and re-create the virtual directory on the related Client Access server and the related Mailbox server.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Bypassing Exchange Admin Center and troubleshooting (part 2) - Troubleshooting Outlook Web App, ECP, PowerShell, and More
Sometimes users and administrators see a blank page or an error when they try to log on to Outlook Web App or ECP. This problem and other connection issues, such as those related to OAB, Autodiscover, and PowerShell, can occur because of a wide variety of configuration issues
 
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